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Southeast Asian archipelagic states

Phiphat Tangsubkul

Southeast Asian archipelagic states

concept, evolution, and current practice

by Phiphat Tangsubkul

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Published by East-West Environment and Policy Institute in [Honolulu, Hawaii] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southeast Asia.,
  • Philippines.,
  • Indonesia.
    • Subjects:
    • Archipelagoes -- Law and legislation -- Southeast Asia.,
    • Archipelagoes -- Law and legislation -- Philippines.,
    • Archipelagoes -- Law and legislation -- Indonesia.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Phiphat Tangsubkul.
      SeriesResearch report / East-West Environment and Policy Institute,, no. 15, Research report (East-West Environment and Policy Institute (Honolulu, Hawaii)) ;, no. 15.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJX4149 .P47 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 90 p. ;
      Number of Pages90
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3182775M
      LC Control Number83025487

      The Last Stand of Asian Autonomies Responses to Modernity in the Diverse States of Southeast Asia and Korea, – Mainland-Archipelagic Parallels and Contrasts, c– Mainland-Archipelagic Parallels and Contrasts, represented here by 17 leading specialists on the different states of Southeast Asia and Choson Korea, has. Over time, the customs, religions and traditions of the richer civilization of the Indian states were enmeshed into the ways of life in mainland and archipelagic Southeast Asia. Rather than being a physical barrier, the seas surrounding ASEAN and India were the .

      on ‘Southeast Asia’ by carefully balancing his coverage of mainland and archipelagic warring practices. At times it could have been even more nuanced, as the author’s claim that ‘frenzied attacks’ were an important feature of Southeast Asian warfare (p. 11) is not File Size: 15KB. Santos, Fedelyn A., "Beating the deadline: archipelagic state compliance under UNCLOS article 47" ().World Maritime This dissertation studies the archipelagic States’ efforts to comply with the ASEAN Association of Southeast Asian Nations.

      on ‘Southeast Asia’ by carefully balancing his coverage of mainland and archipelagic warring practices. At times it could have been even more nuanced, as the author’s claim that ‘frenzied attacks’ were an important feature of Southeast Asian warfare (p. 11) is not Author: Tobias Frederik Rettig. development of the concept of archipelagic states in the Law of the Sea. The Philippines, together with Indonesia, Fiji, and Mauritius, participated actively in the first meeting of the archipelagic states in New York on 13 March , working together to formulate the principles for the archipelagic states.


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About the Southeast Asia Region Southeast Asia is a vast subregion of Asia, roughly described as geographically situated east of the Indian subcontinent, south of China, and northwest of region is located between the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal in the west, the Philippine Sea, the South China Sea, and the Pacific Ocean in the east.

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